The FIM feature, the information in the new management system, and their support are the most valuable features. The scanned results are quite fast as compared to other platforms compared to scanning timing. It takes about a minute or two minutes. Also, the results of the Comodo scan results are in detail.
Of course with CDNs people always think about speed.
I see CDNs in a differently. A CDN provides users, and vendors a unique deployment spot based on its location within a network diagram, between the user and the origin web server. Due to this unique location you SHOULD expect more from a CDN than just performance. Why? Because this is the perfect place to layer on ancillary services.
Find a CDN vendor who has service you need, in addition to just plain old performance enhancement. CDN vendors offer all sorts of add on services including:
Web Application Firewalls
2 Factor Authentication
Threat Intelligence and Fraud Detection
If you're implementing a CDN as a net new project, stop and ask yourself "Do I have other projects that I can knock out at the same time?"